Hi guy’s😀 Hope you all are doing great. We all know that how beneficial it is for us to exfoliate our facial skin with products having Turmeric & also the body exfoliation plays a very important role. So today I am going to do the YLLO Turmeric Face Scrub review
Turmeric is one Indian spice which has been around for ages, has wondrous health and beauty benefits. It is effective in the treatment of acne due to its antiseptic and antibacterial properties that fight pimples and breakouts to provide a youthful glow to your skin.
–An excellent exfoliating agent and can help you defeat the signs of ageing.
– Helps to manage your wrinkle woes by peeling off the dead skin cells
-Takes care of the scars, inflammation & also reduces oil secretion by sebaceous glands
and many such other benefits…
How to get Yellow?
Start fresh-faced. Mix a tablespoon of scrub with a teaspoon of water, apple cider vinegar, or rosewater. Gently massage into problem areas. Sensitive skin? Forego scrubbing and apply with a brush instead.
Stay yellow for 15 minutes then rinse well and pat dry. Use a gentle cleanser if any yellow remains. Repeat 2-3x a week.
If used twice a week, one pack of YLLO will last ~2 months. Buy Here
What to Expect?
Due to turmeric’s active potency, expect some tingling during the treatment. But don’t worry—that just means it’s working its magic. After your first use, you’ll see teddy bear soft skin, a glowing complexion, as well as reduced redness and inflammation.
With continued use, you’ll be fighting acne, fading scarring, preventing wrinkles, and lightening (and eventually stopping) facial hair growth.
YLLO is 100% natural, vegan, gluten-free, cruelty-free, paraben-free, and has no added chemicals or toxins. 10% of our profits are donated to charities working to end child marriage around the globe.
Feel Good Ingredients:
This super spice is a natural anti-inflammatory. That redness? It won’t stand a chance. Turmeric also lightens and reduces facial hair growth, protects against wrinkles, fights acne, and fades scars.
This fragrant oil has antibacterial and antifungal properties, which work to kill bacteria while hydrating that pretty face. Coconut oil also counteracts turmeric’s natural staining tendencies.
Chickpea flour reduces oiliness, facial hair growth, and fights pimples. It also brightens and evens out your complexion.
This natural exfoliant removes dead skin cells and dirt residue, resulting in clean, healthy pores. It tastes good, too.
Another natural exfoliant, sea salt also increases circulation, leaving your skin soft and oil-free.
Vitamin E helps your skin maintain its natural moisture. It’s also an antioxidant that prevents the formation of wrinkles.
Essential Lemon Oil
Lemon oil is perfect for nourishing your skin, leaving it soft to the touch. It also fights acne, wrinkles, and oily skin.
YLLO Turmeric Face Scrub Review
The face scrub comes in a sachet packaging with a round YLLO tag on it. The scrub is in powder form as you can see in the picture. The texture is neither to harsh nor to light.
I apply it by mixing a tablespoon of scrub with a teaspoon of water or rosewater. Gently massage into problem areas. Stay yellow for 15 minutes then rinse well and pat dry.
I follow it up with my favorite toner & a good Moisturizer. I have combination skin type & I found it really nice for people having dry or combination skin type. The scrub smells of turmeric strongly which is the only negative point for me.
It exfoliates the skin really well & my skin feels clean, soft & smooth. It has Organic Turmeric, Chickpea Flour, Coconut Oil, Cane Sugar, Sea Salt, Vitamin E Oil, Essential Lemon Oil which is great.
We all know how turmeric is essential part of skincare. We have used it before in so many homemade face packs already. Do you agree with me? Please read the above ingredients benefits for a detailed overview of what’s inside.
It does what it claims. Overall, a good product. I highly recommend this product for people with dry or combination skin type.
Do I recommend?
Yes! I 😀 would highly recommend you all to try it out.
I shall be back with more product reviews in my upcoming blogs.